November Blog Articles - Page 12
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ReThink Development: Cherokee Lofts
by Evelyn - November 2nd 2007
Designed by Pugh + Scarpa in collaboration with Rethink Development and Consulting, Cherokee Lofts is slated to become the first privately developed LEED Gold certified mixed-use project in Southern California. The development is scheduled for completion in early 2009 and will house 12 lofts and 2,800 sf of commercial space. All this in a modern and very green package- what more could you ask for?...
Manchester, so much to answer for
By Continuity in Architecture - November 2nd 2007
Continuity in Architecture Year 5 students anticipate their arrival in Milan with a series of short films exploring their home city and its different development zones.
Nicolai Ouroussoff Tackles the Gender Debate for Women Architects
By Alissa - November 2nd 2007
The question "Is there a glass cieling [sic] in architecture?" was not asked per se at "Women in Modernism," a panel held at MoMA last week, where architectural historian Gwendolyn Wright (and Modernist junkie) led a discussion about women who have had an impact on Modernism....
How To Hide An Airplane Factory
By Bradley - November 1st 2007
During World War II the Army Corps of Engineers needed to hide the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant to protect it from a Japanese air attack. They covered it with camouflage netting and trompe l’oeil to make it look like a rural subdivision from the air....
HOUSE kn by Kochi Architect's Studio
By John Commoner - November 1st 2007
Another Japanese wonder, HOUSE kn by Kochi Architect's Studio. Beautiful [sigh]. The floor plan is very nice and the outdoor space is wonderful....
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